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Welcome to Dunston Pillar Farm BandB

Address: Dunston Heath Lane, Nocton, Wellingore, LN4 2AR

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Located between Waddington and Dunston, just 7 miles from Lincoln, Dunston Pillar Farm B&B is a grade II listed stone house that features a garden and a shared lounge and dining area. Set in the countryside, it offers free WiFi access throughout and free parking. The spacious rooms come with a flat-screen TV and DVD player, garden views and tea and coffee making facilities. They also have an en suite bathroom with a spa bath or massage shower, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. At Dunston Pillar Farm B&B you will find barbecue facilities and an outdoor dining area. Every morning, a hearty breakfast featuring locally sourced produce is served. Guests with specific dietary requirements can also be catered for. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the comfort of guest rooms or in the shared breakfast lounge. Packed lunches can be prepared upon request. Local activities include horse riding, cycling and walking, and guests can visit Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral. Waddington Golf Club is 2.7 miles away, Metheringham Railway Station is 5.6 miles away and East Midlands Airport is 55.6 miles away.

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Lincoln City Football Club - Football Club

Lincoln City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 5.44 miles (8.71 km)
On one side is the large all seater CO-OP Community Stand. This large single tiered covered stand opened in 1995 and has a capacity of 5,700. Opposite is the Lincolnshire Echo Stand, a small old looking covered stand (although in fact it is comparatively modern being built in 1987). It is seated, but only runs half the length of the pitch, straddling the half way line and hence there are gaps at either side. One gap has now been partly filled by a tiny covered Family Stand. Both ends are small covered affairs. The IMPS Stand is all seated and has a row of executive boxes running across the back. This stand has a couple of supporting pillars at the front. The other end is the 'Stacey West' all seated, covered stand, for home supporters. It was named in memory of the two Lincoln supporters who lost their lives in the Bradford City Fire at Valley Parade in 1985.

The University of Lincoln - University

The University of Lincoln - University

Distance 6.28 miles (10.04 km)
The University of Lincoln is a modern and progressive university, welcoming more than 50 different nationalities to its diverse and inclusive student community. The University's main campus is located in the heart of the city of Lincoln , on the attractive Brayford Pool waterfront, and enjoys views of the marina, castle and Cathedral. The University of Lincoln offers a wide range of undergraduate , postgraduate and research degrees.

Lincoln Centre - Town Centre

Lincoln Centre - Town Centre

Distance 6.31 miles (10.1 km)
Lincoln is without question one of England's most beautiful historic cathedral cities. The most well known and most visited buildings in this fascinating city are the world famous Cathedral and Castle, but to just see these sights and neglect the rest of Lincoln would be a crime. Lincoln possesses excellent shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities but most people are drawn here due to its rich and diverse heritage and history. Having been first occupied by the Romans, only then to be taken over by the Vikings, who were then in turn usurped by the Normans, it would be hard to find a more interesting city in England.

Lincoln Castle - Lincolnshire - Castle

Lincoln Castle - Lincolnshire - Castle

Distance 6.48 miles (10.37 km)
By Norman times Lincoln was the third city of the realm in prosperity and importance, the city even had its own mint for making coins. In 1068, two years after the battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle on a site occupied since Roman times. To enlarge the site 166 Saxon houses were demolished, the Castle dominated the Lincoln skyline until the Cathedral was built. It is one of only two castles in Britain built with two mottes (Lewes is the other). The Castle was the focus of several military battles during the reign of King Stephen and King John and was besieged during the Baron's War in the early 13th century. Many original features still remain and the wall walks provide visitors with magnificent views of the Cathedral, the City of Lincoln and the surrounding countryside.